The shocking news that St Just’s historic Wesleyan Chapel is to close on 31st August 2017 may well have been the catalyst needed to save it.
Very shortly after that decision was taken a number of important steps were taken.
Services will continue in the hall attached to the Chapel.
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Please click on link to access the latest newsletter from the Penwith Landscape Partnership.
For details of up and coming local events please click on the link
St Just in Bloom share the first place in the Champion of Champions group at the South West in Bloom presentation awards at Taunton Cricket Club yesterday.
Yesterday at Taunton the South West in Bloom held their annual presentation and celebration day. The Champion of Champions class is a very special class. It contains the nine groups that won the bloom group classes in 2015. That is towns and villages of certain sizes competing against each other. They were Weston Super Mare; Kingsbridge in Bloom; Truro; Sherborne; Cannington; St Issey; Portishead; Sidmouth and St Just. The judging for this group was carried out by John Wheatley, whose is the chairman of SW in Bloom and also a national judge. Read More »
In accordance with the Accounts & Audit Regulations 2015, please click on the link to view the notice of conclusion of the external audit by Grant Thornton UK LLP
Inspection and notice procedures for audit 2015 / 16 accounts. In accordance with the Local Audit & Accountability Act 2014 the following documents have been published for inspection. Please click on the links to access the documents.
Accounting Statement 2015 – 16
Governance Statement 2015 – 16
Signed Declaration Statement of Accounts
Exercise of Public Rights
At Last night’s Annual Meeting Cllr Kevin McFadden was re-elected as Town Mayor for a fourth consecutive year. Cllr Dave Stevens was elected Deputy Town Mayor, following Cllr Fiona Cock’s decision to stand down from the position.
Cllr McFadden will now lead the Council in its final year up to the next local council elections in May 2017.
ST JUST-IN-PENWITH TOWN COUNCIL
To be held on
MONDAY 23 MAY 2016
COUNCIL CHAMBER, 1 CHAPEL STREET
Members of the public are welcome to attend
As a consequence of devolution discussions between the Town Council and Cornwall Council it is likely that the Town Council will be taking on additional services in the future ranging from environmental services such as grass cutting, public toilets & car parks/ open spaces / playing fields / weed spraying / footpath maintenance etc. to mention just a few.
The Town Council wishes to put together a list of contractors it could contact to seek quotations / tenders in the future.
If you run a company which may be interested and would like your name added to the list then please forward your contact details to Elaine Baker, Town Clerk via the email firstname.lastname@example.org
St Just Wesleyan Methodist Chapel, “The Miners’ Cathedral” will finally close its doors at 12 midnight on Thursday 31st August 2017 for the last time.
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